TP Link TL-WR702N 150Mbps Wireless N Nano Router

TP Link TL-WR702N 150Mbps Wireless N Nano Router


List Price
£21.24

Latest Price
£14.37


  • Ethernet LAN connection: Y
  • Ethernet LAN data transfer rates: 10;100 Mbit/s
  • Cabling technology: 10/100Base-T(X)
  • Wireless LAN (WLAN) connection: Y
  • Wireless LAN type: 802.11b;802.11g;802.11n

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  1. Triple7Man says:
    17 of 17 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Set your laptop free!, 1 Feb 2012
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    Triple7Man (Isle of Man) –

    This review is from: TP Link TL-WR702N 150Mbps Wireless N Nano Router (Accessory)

    This piece of kit is exactly what you need when staying in a hotel or any place that only has a LAN connection to the net. With this gadget you simply plug in the LAN cable, add the power supply, (either from the plug which is supplied, or USB lead) and you now have a wireless network in your room, and a few rooms up and down the corridor if you want to share the connection with colleagues. Now your iPhone, iPad, laptop can all share the same Internet connection. Some hotels charge per device, so this unit also solves that problem! The unit is extremely light weight, much lighter than my phone, I guess less than 1oz, and small, just over 5cm square, less than 2cm deep.

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  2. Mr. A. D. Garratt "ADG" says:
    11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Fantastic, tiny piece of kit, 9 Mar 2012
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    This review is from: TP Link TL-WR702N 150Mbps Wireless N Nano Router (Accessory)

    I was a bit wary of the other review (the only other one at the time of writing) because I thought it read a bit like an advert, so my apologies to its author.

    I bought this router to use as a portable AP for developing Android apps against web services on my laptop, so I needed to create a network on the go and my laptop’s Intel MyWiFi didn’t seem to be working. It is beautiful. It’s 59mmx59mmx20mm and comes with a short LAN cable, a USB cable with a tiny connector (micro?), a UK mains plug for the USB, an 8cm CDROM with the user guide on it, and a quick installation pamphlet. I was bowled over by the whole package (nice box, too). On Amazon I paid £21 + £1 postage.

    I couldn’t get it to work straight away but that was entirely my fault because I expected DHCP, but that feature isn’t enabled by default. I had to RTFM. You need to set _your_ IP to a fixed address 192.168.0.xxx to connect to the AP and from there set it to DHCP. On the bottom of the router, on the label, there’s the MAC address, AP name, PSA key, and the default admin user id and password for the router’s web interface. Even the web interface is great.

    The router is not suitable for connection to a BT line; it is for cable connections, and I have not investigated this functionality because I don’t have cable and I didn’t buy it for that. You can connect to the router via the enclosed LAN cable for configuration, etc.

    In the web interface (at 192.168.0.254, which it lists on the label on the bottom of the router) you can set the operating mode to AP, bridge, router (when the LAN port becomes the WAN port), and repeater. AP’s the only one I’ve tried but I might have a crack at bridging to sort out an otherwise unrelated issue elsewhere.

    All the documentation’s in English, and there are detailed steps and diagrams for connecting using Windows.

    Finally, I bought it from a seller called Kikatek. I didn’t have to contact them at all; the router was despatched quickly and arrived in just a couple of days even by 2nd Class post. Kikatek sent a link to their client “portal” where I was able to track the parcel. I didn’t need to worry too much about that as it arrived very quickly.

    Well impressed.

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  3. M.A-C says:
    16 of 17 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Wireless Ranger Extender & Set Top Box Adapter, 6 July 2012
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    M.A-C

    This review is from: TP Link TL-WR702N 150Mbps Wireless N Nano Router (Accessory)

    TP-Link TL-WR702N Nano Router.

    Amazing, small but a very powerful product.

    My parents have their Sky Broadband Router upstairs so they have always struggled to get the wireless internet in their Kitchen and the back Garden. Having looked at many products I came across TL-WR702N Nano Router which offers 5 Different Set Up Modes; Access Point, Client, Bridge, Repeater & Router for Cable Modems (Virgin Cable Broadband) for fraction of the price when compared to the other similar featured products.

    Out of the 5 Modes you can set up this router as; I have set it up as a Repeater Mode in my parents house, which not only works as a Wireless Ranger Extender, (extending the wireless range of the existing internet/network) but it also allowed me to connect my parents SKY+ HD Box via the Ethernet Port using the Ethernet Cable so my parents could utilise the SKY+ Anytime Services. Baring in mind SKY charge £60 for a similar device.

    My parents loved the device because it is neat small and good looking enough to blend in well with the other electronic devices beside the TV. Now this Nano Router sits beside my parents TV working as a Range Extender whilst the SKY Router sits up stairs and at the same time allowing my parents to utilise the SKY Anytime+ Services. I couldn’t have asked more from this tiny little product.

    Also, whilst in the Repeater Mode, using the Ethernet Port I have also tired other multimedia devices such as BluRay Player, Samrt TV, Freeview+ Box, Wii and my NAS Hard Drive and they all worked great and soon I will be buying one for my self.

    Well done TP-Link for making our lives easier without a huge price tag 🙂

    The manual shows you how to set this device up in Repeater Mode which is really easy & simple to do but for those of you who prefer video based instructions see the YouTube link in the comments below.

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